There was a rather heated discussion around A Context-Driven Approach to Automation in Testing by James Bach and Michael Bolton (referred below as the article and the authors – other references would be explicit). Here are a couple of places where it got fiercely attacked: Reviewing "Context Driven Approach to Automation in Testing" by Chris McMahonand […]

Writing Your First Node Application: I’m using Sublime Text as my text editor. You can also use Sublime Text for your Node application development. Open your text editor, copy the following line in the file and save the file as helloworld.js. Source: dzone

In this post, you will learn how to model and generate an OpenAPI (swagger 2.0) specification using API Connect on IBM Cloud. Also, you will be drafting, securing and publishing an API talking to a NoSQL database, in this case, Cloudant. Note: The OpenAPI — Swagger 2.0 specification generated (in YAML) through this post is […]

As a Principal Agile Consultant, I am frequently asked why the methods for capturing requirements are different in traditional Waterfall and Scrum.  Why do we try to capture full requirements up front in Waterfall, but we only try to stay four to five iterations ahead of current delivery in Scrum?  A Waterfall business analyst asked […]

Everything built by humans is meant to work within a proper environment. Herbert A. Simon, in his book The Sciences of the Artificial, defines things that are created or manipulated by humans as artificial systems. These systems are composed of an inner environment and they interact with the outer environment — that is, the external […]

Monday newsletter published by Data Science Central. Previous editions can be found here.  The contribution flagged with a + is our selection for the picture of the week. Featured Resources and Technical Contributions End to End Deep Learning  Boosting the accuracy of your Machine Learning models  The Fundamentals of Data Science + Data Science Simplified Part 8: […]